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While Hassan Shehryar Yasin’s (HSY) choreography always has an upbeat pace, not for him leisurely sashaying on the catwalk by the models. Never has this been more evident than at his recent showing of the DuPont Lycra ‘Has It’ collection designed by Hasan Shehryar Yaseen. And little wonder, with over 70 outfits shown by 30 models, fast and snappy remained the mood for the show – apt, for a western wear collection featuring togs for both the male and female wardrobe. No gender discrimination here, equal numbers of outfits for both were shown.
The beginning of the Sharara costume is from Lucknow, as this dressing was so collective there throughout the epoch of Nawab. Not only bridals but young youths of India and Pakistan wear Sharara dress at different occasions. Because these days’ designers have made it so much fashionable by designing it in several fabulous ways and unlike before there is so much improvement in stuff now. Sharara is a bottom wear that is fitted with a top of legs to bottom, currently looks like trousers but this ankle length bottom wear is different from lehengas and trouser in many ways.
Sharara is matching up with choli or kurta along with dupatta. One cannot call it Patiala shalwar because its plates start from knee and end at ankle giving a very cute, slender and attractive look. In India it is worn by women in daily routines and in Pakistan it is outfitted at occasions. Eid events, wedding parties, mehendi functions and wedding functions are imperfect without this cute Sharara outfit.
Sharara choli is greatly common amongst brides, now a days it has received fame among other gorgeous girls attending the wedding too, of course not in the same way as the brides do. Though it is well-known around the globe, Pakistan and India are the countries where it is very common standard as ghagra and sharara lehengas were first presented in this region of the world.
The marriage ceremony is the time when people like to follow their values, cultures, traditions and ethnicities and hence execute rituals according to the traditions of their religion and culture; a dressing is also one of it. Particularly brides, who are the midpoint of attention by everybody, they want exclusive appearance and attractive along with wearing modern attires, they want to wear ethnic, beautiful and colorful fashionable clothing that is why Needlehole.com fashion store have presented bridal wear Sharara with choli dresses in the beautiful ways than ever.